CJ Joint Service & Replacement


In some ways, your vehicle isn’t all that different from your own body. If your joints are creaky, you can’t move as easily. And the same applies to your vehicle. Louetta Automotive delivers a CV joint replacement service that will help your vehicle perform at its best.

Why CV Joint Replacement Matters

First, a quick anatomy refresher on behalf of your vehicle: You have two CV joints, one inner and one outer. The inner CV joint connects your transmission to the axle, which the outer CV joint connects the axle with your wheels. Your CV joints are faced with a critical task, as they transmit torque from the transmission to your wheels. There are a few important things to know about your joints:

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    Protective Casing

    CV joints are surrounded by lubricant, which is enclosed around the joint with a protective casing called a CV boot. When this casing gets damage, it’s time to address the issue.

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    "Clicking" Noise

    If you hear a clicking noise when you turn, call us. This is the most common indicator that your CV joints need to be replaced.

Drive Safe and Drive with Confidence

Your CV joints can typically last for years and years without maintenance. But when they’re compromised, they need immediate attention. Louetta Automotive delivers a solution for this critical repair. Our team has the capability to:

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    Diagnose the most effective approach to repair or replace your CV joints

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    Fix the CV boot to ensure that your CV joints have enough grease to remain well-lubricated

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    Replace worn CV joints to keep your vehicle performing at its best

By investing in a timely CV joint replacement, you’re preventing long-term and costly issues from taking over down the road. Don’t hesitate if you sense that your CV joint is compromised. Get a solution from Louetta Automotive instead!

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